Mark Dondero of WPRI came in studio for the final hour and addressed his odd question to Bill Belichick.
Gerry, Kirk and Alex Reimer react to the Peter King interview on Dale and Holley.
Bryan Curtis of The Ringer joined Gerry and Kirk to discuss his story on Chris Mortensen.
Zito Madu of SB Nation takes hero worship of Tom Brady to a new level.

[0:00:17] ... gonna. Taper and I heard him rattled during the break. The stories Tom Brady let me down. The first senses have only private public twice. The author is Zito would do Zito I got an eighteen terror ATP highlight item in. I'm married Ed Dunn there not too bad so I guess the premise of your story is that you know your big picture thing you've cried twice the public the two times off the giants. And now Tom Brady you thought it was a angelic is what you down no. I got real prompt out in the recent lets you down as that he would not denounce his friend Donald Trump correct. Well it's not that good that he won't deny out right because really in the story itself I talk about Powell. ...
[0:06:56] ... what's best for you for people like you would you just said Tom Brady is doing what's best for him you know it's it's obvious he does does him no good. Did opine on these issues ...
[0:07:45] ... that is that he's a super human being. What the quarterback against Miami Heat the other created an Arab bloc is. WQ do you like you sit on game days between they don't that the couple things where he's betrayed his Jesus and one of the tweets. And you said our god is an awesome god and his name is Tom Brady he's still gonna do that like Sunday when other bills. Well I haven't done that no actually I have been created that in that locker room banter and pray I got killed read about him playing in that they have played about like you know the pages I am but I haven't really do like gone over delegates throw him under this. I'm curious I read this the though and you talk about the two time to cry in public and they lost to the giants in the Super Bowl current global times we lost the giants yes around with the people around we saw being like tears that we just choked ...
[0:09:21] ... because I. You know tell me how how many. Honestly I think Tom Brady posted is do you have or do you have a night light Brady night late. Love him but of course you are but everybody I have like a prayer candle. And now I mean look at how great credit and the like you gate print up the paper you kind of covered prayer candle but expect Britney except that it prelude to the president. She sees prayer candles that we get those and only get one. By Latino coach like Tom Brady print handles online. So you gonna be okay if they don't when the so bullish you cry and elusive cry cowboys of ...

Alex Reimer joined Dino's Casting Couch for the first time and went after Tom Brady and Gerry.
Gerry and Kirk react to Roger Goodell's conversation with Gary Myers and Mortensen's comments to Bryan Curtis.

Good morning, here is your Friday Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

Good morning, here is your Friday Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

Cleveland at Chicago Cubs, 8:08 p.m. (Fox)
Golden State at New Orleans, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN)
NBA: Cleveland at Toronto, 7 p.m. (ESPN)
College football:
Yale at Columbia, 7 p.m. (NBCSN)
College football: Navy at South Florida, 7 p.m. (ESPN2)
College football: San Diego State at Utah State, 8 p.m. (CBSSN)
College football:
Air Force at Fresno State, 10:30 p.m. (ESPN2)

Bulls 105, Celtics 99
Hawks 114, Wizards 99
Clippers 114, Trail Blazers 106
Spurs 102, Kings 94
NFL: Titans 36, Jaguars 22
NHL: Penguins 4, Islanders 2
NHL: Coyotes 5, Flyers 4
NHL: Wild 4, Sabres 0
NHL: Canadiens 3, Lightning 1
NHL: Red Wings 2, Blues 1
NHL: Sharks 3, Blue Jackets 1 
NHL: Maple Leafs 3, Panthers 2 
NHL: Jets 4, Stars 1 
NHL: Kings 3, Predators 2 


— Former Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary was awarded $7.3 million Thursday after a court ruled the university defamed him when it became public his testimony aided prosecutors in charging Jerry Sandusky with child molestation.

In his lawsuit against Penn State, McQueary asked for over $4 million in damages and lost wages, saying he was defamed and misrepresented after testifying against Sandusky in his child molestation trial in 2012.

As a witness in that trial, McQueary testified he saw Sandusky raping a boy in the Penn State locker room in 2001. He also claimed he quickly reported it to Joe Paterno and other officials at the university. The university put McQueary on paid leave after he testified before ultimately letting him go in June 2012. He has not been able to find a job since.

McQueary was given $1.15 million for his defamation claim, $1.15 for the misrepresentation claim and $5 million for punitive damages.

The judge must still decide on McQueary’s claim that the university treated him unfairly after they let him go after his Sandusky testimony.

— The 76ers fan who gave Russell Westbrook the double bird and yelled expletives at him on Wednesday night said his actions were provoked.

Richard Harkaway, a urologist, claimed he was heckling Westbrook and the Thunder player responded with a comment about Harkaway’s weight.

Harkaway apologized in a statement released by a personal representative Thursday night:

“As a part-time comedian I realize that my words and actions are sometimes inappropriate. In this instance, after standing up to boo and being provoked by Russell Westbrook calling attention to my being overweight, my action in response was clearly inexcusable and I am embarrassed. I sincerely apologize to my fellow Sixers fans, the Sixers organization, my colleagues and patients, and to Mr. Westbrook for my behavior.”

— An Ohio University student had a pretty solid reason for ducking out of class early on Tuesday without telling his professor.

Charlie Winovich left one of his classes before attendance was taken to attend Game 1 of the World Series.

When his professor, R. Damian Nance, found out Winovich was not present he sent Winovich an email asking him to explain his absence because Nance has “zero tolerance” for “deceit.”

In response, Winovich apologized and sent his professor a picture of him at the World Series game.

Nance’s reply?: “Charlie. That looks like an impeccable excuse. No repercussions. Go Tribe!”



QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Definitely one of the biggest games of the year so far going on the road versus a division team. The atmosphere is going to be loud and they already beat us too here. So it’s going to be a big game.” — Rob Gronkowski, on the importance of the Patriots’ matchup against the Bills on Sunday

THIS DAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: The Red Sox beat the Rockies, 4-3, in Game 4 to win the 2007 World Series. John Lester started for the Red Sox and got the win, and Mike Lowell was named World Series MVP.

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Mut and Tom are talking about the continuing struggles of Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski, the benefit for Tom Brady of the 4-week break to start the season, and how to pass on the highway properly.

[0:04:41] ... God's name did you reduce from six games to one game. But Josh Brown suspension and a people have had enough with Josh Brown's talk what I'm talking about right now is transparency honesty NFL rectify the erosion of prostitute his. Perpetrated how does it get ...
[0:06:38] ... I have problems still with the revelations made. In the journals. That Josh Brown robe which were part of his treatment I mean that's got to be violations. Of some kind of patient. Client. Were patient ...

Mut and Tom are talking about the continuing struggles of Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski, the benefit for Tom Brady of the 4-week break to start the season, and how to pass on the highway properly.